After a 25 year wait, the Wesleyan men’s squash team has once again won the Conroy Cup at the College Squash Association (CSA) National Team Championships. The Conroy Cup features teams ranked between 25th and 32nd in the men’s National Team Championships. Wesleyan’s 26th rated team edged out 25th rated Hobart College in a 5-4 to win to take the cup Feb. 19 at Harvard University. This adds a third Conroy Cup to their trophy case.
The win featured excellent showings by the Cardinals. David Sneed ’17 and Zach Roach ’17 fought their way to No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. Sneed won all three of his sets to take the match while Roach made a brilliant recovery to claim a 3-2 win over Hobart’s Terrance Rose.
Now that their team season has concluded, the Cardinals look forward to hearing the CSA National Individual Championship announcement that will determine who will compete in the three-day tournament in March.
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